Once Azure Rights Management service is enabled for your organization, every Azure RMS workflow is tracked in the “usage logs” of the service. These logs can be downloaded from the Microsoft managed store to a repository of their choice (such as a database, an online analytical processing system, or a map-reduce system) for reporting and analysis.
Often times, customers have expressed a desire to integrate this functionality to their existing Operational Intelligence tools (such as Splunk). One of our partners, Keyon , recently delivered a Splunk app which enables customers to gain business and usage insights from the raw Azure RMS logs. Here’s our interview with Rene G. Eberhard, CEO of Keyon.Dan: Hello Rene. Can you talk a little bit about Keyon and your role? Rene: Hi Dan and thank you. Keyon AG is a leading provider in Switzerland of solutions and services in the area of IT-security and custom software development. The company has been operating since 1999 and has a number of excellent references of strategic projects for the Swiss government and customers in the area of finance, insurance, trade, industry, and telecommunication. Keyon has, in addition to the above mentioned Splunk App for Azure RMS, also other products in its portfolio. Particularly noteworthy are the following products:
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